Internet Resources for Teachers
American Association for the Advancement of Science
The most important science site for K-12 educators. Online Benchmarks, Standards, Access to Conference Proceedings and much more. Home of Project 2061.
A national educational program that provides high school biology and life science teachers access to their colleagues, scientists, and critical sources of new scientific information via the World Wide Web.
Interactive media to enhance excellent teaching in America's schools
Explore 125,000 great works of art
Beginning Teacher's Toolbox
Resources for new teachers
Comprehensive site with broad spectrum of educational internet services. Education Network with Homework Central, great study and research collection.
A library of award winning learning sites on the Web
One of the most well known sites of learning resources for K-12 educators and students. It has information and resources for every content area and developmental level. Be sure to check out the links.
Climate Change Kids Site
This site looks at climate change - what it is, why it matters, and what kids can do about it. Games, animations, a climate change calculator and quizzes are provided. (Environmental Protection Agency)
Collection contains units and lesson plans developed by teachers for Core Knowledge students
Council for Exceptional Children
Dare to Compare
Invites you to test your knowledge against students nationally and around the world. Pick a grade and subject: civics, economics, geography, history, math or science. (Department of Education)
How to handle specific misbehaviors
An EXCELLENT website for classroom projects
Fresh ideas to enhance learning
Connections to educational materials provided by National Geographic
Educational content, online curricula, experts, custom research
Educational Cyber-Playground for Teachers
Database of information for teachers, administrators and parents
An Educational Collection of Elementary Activities
An educational information and search site. "The World's #1 Education Search Engine" offering 10,000+ education resources.
For preschool, kindergarten and primary grades--crafts, printouts, learning pages, games, info and activities pages to stimulate creativity and learning enjoyment.
Energy Star Kids
This site helps students see where energy comes from, how it is used, and what they can do in their own room to conserve it. (Environmental Protection Agency)
Eisenhower National Clearinghouse
Materials for math and science
Encyclopedia of Life
The Encyclopedia of Life (EOL) is a project to organize and make available via the Internet virtually all information about life present on Earth. At its heart lies a series of Web sites hat provide the entry points to this vast array of knowledge. The entry-point for each site is a species page suitable for the general public, but with several linked pages aimed at more specialized users.
EPA's Sunwise Program
This site provides activities to teach children (K-8th Grade) about the ozone layer, UV radiation, and how to be safe in the sun. Sign up to receive a free activity kit and access to other educational resources. (Environmental Protection Agency)
Teacher Institute Podcasts
FEDERAL RESOURCES FOR EDUCATIONAL EXCELLENCE
Includes hundreds of education resources supported by agencies across the U.S. Federal government
Forces of Change
Smithsonian National Institute of Natural History
Gateway to Educational Materials
The Gateway to Educational Materials Project is sponsored by the U.S. Department of Education. A one-stop, any-stop access to high quality lesson plans, curriculum units and other education resources on the Internet.
Genetics: Tour the Basics
This site uses animation to answer six questions: What is DNA? What are genes? What are chromosomes? What is a protein? What is heredity? What is a trait? (University of Utah, National Institutes of Health)
Google Earth combines satellite imagery, maps and the power of Google Search to put the world's geographic information at your fingertips. View exotic locales like Maui and Paris as well as points of interest such as local restaurants, hospitals, schools, and more.
Everything a teacher, parent and student needs. Classified by grade levels and subjects.
Institute for Learning Technologies-Columbia University
International Reading Association
Curricula, Lessons and Activities
Everything about math including "Ask Dr. Math". Discussion groups, problem of the week, math resources, math education, and issues in math.
Games, music, books, coloring pages for K-2 and 3-6
An Aeronautics and Space Resource for Education since 1988
National Association for Special Education Teachers
National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities (Old Nichy)
Resources for positive methods for change in the classroom including avoiding power struggles, discipline tips: what works, what doesn't, tips for classroom management and teaching students to manage their own behavior
National Education Association
National Library of Virtual Manipulatives
Interactive online learning units that deal with topics such as geometry, arithmetic, and trigonometry including tutorials designed for educators who wish to use the materials as well as another tutorials that will teach educators how to create lessons and activities. Delving into the learning materials at the site, visitors can browse through the learning modules by subject or grade level. Visitors can also browse teacher published lessons, all of which have been vetted by staff members at the National Library.
National Science Foundation
NY Times Learning Network: Teacher Connection
Education articles from the NY Times
Nineteenth Century Irish Immigration
Ontario Science Center Online
Free resources for educators
PaTTan is an initiative of the Pennsylvania Department of Education working in partnership with families and local education agencies to support programs and
services to improve student learning and achievement
Phi Delta International Organization
An index specifically for the cataloging of education websites and materials; ProTeacher is an up and coming player looking to index the best of what's available, so be sure to submit worthy URL's while you are visiting. Includes lesson plans, materials, and education news.
Resources for Special Ed and All Teachers
Space science, earth science, biological and physical science, solar storms, and thunderstorms, this site has it all.
American Association for the Advancement of Science, this site strives to be a comprehensive "homepage" for K-12 science educators.
Smithonian's History Explorer
Space Environment Center
The official site for space weather alerts, warnings and forecasts
Daily updates on auroras, meteor showers, and other space science info. Links to NASA.
Spanish Resources for Students and Teachers
Plenty of ideas for handling a range of behavior challenges
Teaching Ben Franklin
Teaching Tips Index
Teaching topics discussed including the first day, dealing with stress, organization, questioning and communicating with adults and students.
A site that proves science really is fun!
Urban Programs Resource Network
Numerous links to science, health and earth related pages for teachers and students
U.S. Department of Education
Federal resources for educational excellence
U.S. Department of Education Digital Workshops
U.S. National Virtual Observatory
Vincent van Gogh Tour
Provides a brief overview of van Gogh's life and looks at seven of his paintings. (National Gallery of Art)
Why Files Interactives
Features the latest news in science, math and technology. Make rainbows, control a tornado, play with lightning, make a snowflake, and hit a home run. (University of Wisconsin - Madison and the National Science Foundation)
YES I Can! Science
A database of curriculum resources for K-12 science teachers
You Learn It! A Comprehensive List of Educational Resources